Everybody came out a winner displaying their vehicles and visiting the Sons and Daughters of Douglass/New Vision Youth Car Show in downtown Kingsport over the weekend. Trophies were handed out, but there were also various prize giveaways to visitors. The event was free to the public.. donations go to the New Vision Youth and Douglass Alumni Association.
The drizzle rain tapered off around 8 AM in Kingsport, and by the start of the event at 10 AM, the pavement was dry.
Show coordinator Scooter Maxwell (above)
Everyone who registered a vehicle received a participation plaque. Representing the New Vision Youth was 7-year old Onalycia Woodson, 2nd grader at Washington Elementary and New Vision Youth director Johnnie Mae Swagerty.
Representing the Sons and Daughters of Douglass were Thelma Bradley, Sylvia Ann Davis, Angie Edwards, Andra Watterson, Louetta Hall and Calvin Sneed.
Individual awards included Best Import won by Lori Lively, and Best Truck, Angela Edwards.
Larry Maxwell and his 1966 Oldsmobile was recognized for Best Old School, Best GM model and Best Kids' Choice.
Of the Top 3, Gretta Simon won the 3rd Place trophy...
2nd place went to Larry Maxwell and his '66 Oldsmobile..
And First Place went to Keith Allison with his 2019 Dodge Barracuda. He also received a plaque for Best Dodge.
Music was provided by "DJ Cal" (hit play on the video). Skills and moves. Moves and skills.
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